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Sep 27, 2012 2:05am PDT
let the dogs out >> not that is it spike, snoopy, woodstock or linus? >> snoopy. >> yes! >> yes, indeed! >> iconic, right? called "linus and lucy" released in 1964 first on "a charlie brown christmas" but the met life commercial, been on the weather channel, on the "endeavour." everywhere. >> all right. great. go back across. >> from newark, delaware this actor played the owner of the lovable dog marley in the movie "marley & me" is it vince vaughn, tom hanks, ben stiller owen wilson? >> owen wilson. >> i'm having a very sad day. >> yes, you are, not for long. owen wilson so great in this movie, sad. >> the movie was released in 2008 based off of the famous book and 22 different dogs played that naughty dog marley. takes a lot of dogs to get that one right. so, fantastic movie. >> what i want to rent. >> from lynn wood, new jersey, finish the lyrics to this elvis song. ♪ you ain't nothing but a hound dog crying all the time ♪ ♪ you ain't nothing but a hound dog crying all the time ♪ ♪ you ain't never caught a rabbit and you ain't no friend of mine ♪ >> good girl! [ a
Sep 7, 2012 5:30pm PDT
appeal and get this project built. >> you care to state your name for the record? >> my name is linus. >> thank you. next speaker please. >> my name is jeffrey miller. i am the landscape architect the park hired to design the playground, and i would like to address the 80 a review of that facility -- the ada review of that process as well as the overall -- you are shaking your head. >> i am wondering if you are an employee of the rec and park department or an adviser. >> i was hired to design the playground by the friends of lafayette park. not park and rec, but our work was coordinated. >> that is all i need to know. >> through that process, we went through and ada review with mr. jensen, who was very careful about looking at our plans, which is unnatural -- none natural design for the park. it is going to be an unusual redesign for the park. he was there a excited as were other folks in the presentation. it was interesting how his review brought up several things about accessibility that were incorporated in our plans that we were happy to do so. the park and recreation commission t
Sep 21, 2012 4:00pm PDT
a treat for this 10-year-old linus who came by before starting school. >> this is the first time i've seen knit real life. >> i've been excited about this since i was his age. it's nice to be able to see it for real. >> there was restricted air space around moffett field, officials say there were no delays because of the final shuttle flight. >> and from smiles there was some disappointment. among those at moffett field, many caught off guard by a last minute change in flight pattern, those showing up early to set up for a shot were out of position. and instead of going over the air strip, it came out from behind hangar one. >> this is cool. and we were faked out because it came that way but still an awesome experience. >> a representative from nasa ames could not explain only saying it was the pilot's decision. >> there were disappointed facing in oakland abc 7's nick smith has more on that. >> happening now, a spot recommended by nasa was anything but. 500 people packed the deck in hopes of getting a glimpse of endeavor. and that didn't happen. to break between trees provided t
Sep 21, 2012 2:00pm EDT
, jane? >> reporter: yes. linus, great pumpkin has finally diversified. he's gone into beer. dog food. keeps the pooch firm. skin care. cologne. and starbucks ceo howard schultz tells us that even now, still, they're seeing incremental sales growth every year from pumpkin spice lattes. >> that category has created a huge following to the point where there was such pent-up anticipation for the launch of pumpkin spice latte this year. >> all right. look at this. restaurant demand has skyrocketed over two years for things like desserts, ice cream and even salads using pumpkin seeds. that's up triple digits. >> it's very much not an every day flavor. kind of like barbecue. you see introductions of the mcrib at mcdonald's on the menu, then off the menu, because likely pumpkin wouldn't survive on the menu throughout the entire year. i'm not sure if it is the new bacon, but i think for this time of year, it might be more like the newburgher. >> all right. sara frye is one of the largest pumpkin producers in the country for everyone from libby's to wall heart. she says the new, new thing is p
Sep 6, 2012 4:00am EDT
made back lost ground. it was higher by .8%. linus shares went up a bit. sensex higher by .6%. >> thanks very much. all of that green despite the fact that goldman is trimming its china gdp forecast, 2012, to 8% which apparently is the new level to be concerned about. in any case, after the break, in europe all eyes are on the ecb. in the u.s. the focus is on the all important jobs report out tomorrow. we'll have full discussion of that next. bob... oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean race. no need to get nasty. here's your "honk if you had an affair with taylor" yard sign. looks good. [ male announcer ] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. a passionate belief, and the foundation on which merrill lynch has been built. today, our financial advisors lead from a n
Sep 16, 2012 10:00pm EDT
the linus did they deserve to be from the victorians, too? it turns out the high school in colorado agrees with this garbage. brace yourself, the head ten velo victorians last year and sanity as well. they honored friday from the victorians. 6.5% of their entire class in 2010 bought gold on records, 30 valedictorians. i thought was a principal joke. it's not just the public schools now. it's spreading into the publicly traded companies, too. take general motors, please. americans did take gm committed in the? we bailed out the car company and we still own a huge chunk. take the big banks. we beyond keeping of little league games liberals hate success and the first competition if they had their way we would all be playing a game of life, scandinavian style with the titles that assure little variation of income with little if any variation between success and failure. the second amendment, now, listen this is easy. liberals aren't crazy about what is in the constitution but it's safe to say what they hate the most is the second amendment so let's start with the very complicated find t
Sep 26, 2012 5:00pm EDT
inferences. right there. >> linus stevan. there were to swing states from years ago that you did not talk about in terms of this election, missouri and indiana. are those in the romney camp now to be thought of asking states? >> maybe people on the panel would disagree. i see it that way. there is no evidence that obama has been for indiana. the best that he's done in any poll was four or five points down. misery is kind of interesting. if you look at the state the act will demographic and geographic shift taking place within the state their more conservative which is quite unusual so even though missouri was raised within the margin most people see that raises the margin is getting wider than the gop. >> people often point to a place like we county north carolina as a county that is making more liberal or too lanning that would be otherwise that the people come to wake county from somewhere else so if they're coming from the northeast of the united states etc., that could theoretically make a state like pennsylvania more competitive as people go to northern virginia etc. the could b
Sep 26, 2012 12:00pm EDT
contained. tell me at what point is military involvement necessary in the linus and? lungren: iran is a nuclear capability and i can say that without talking about any classified in relation whatsoever. the fact is that's happened. our intelligence, the israeli intelligence do not differ in my judgment on the surface and the question is how do you analyze that. i think that we analyze it in similar ways the the next question is where do you draw the line. i think israel is trying to tell us we need to draw the line now. i support drawing the line now. it's totally unacceptable for iran to have a nuclear weapon. but, you have to look at what the administration has done. this president has pointed to the feeling of israel before the country and around that would basically threaten. one of the worst things you can possibly do in the middle east is to show weakness. show some divide between your country and your strongest allies. that is what this administration has, unfortunately. we are not on the brink of a decision that has to be made. it is unacceptable when we say it is unacceptable
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